Bilateral talks with India, new formula or covert meetings vis-à-vis Kashmir issue is treachery: HCJK

Srinagar: A high level meeting of Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir (HCJK) was held Monday under the president ship of senior leader of the amalgam Shabir Ahmad Shah.
The meeting was attended among others by National Front Chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Muslim League Chairman, Mushtaq-ul-Islam, JKLF (R) Chairman, Farooq Ahmad Dar, Islamic Political Party Chairman, Muhammad Yusuf Naqash, Muslim Conference Chairman, Shabir Ahmad Dar and Mahaz-e-Azadi President, Muhammad Iqbal Mir.
In a statement, the HCJK said the meeting deliberated upon current political scenario of world with regards to Kashmir issue.
“It was held that Hurriyat Conference JK came into being to uphold the Hurriyat Constitution by following the same in letter and spirit and to facilitate every possible initiative to take the sacred mission of freedom from Indian occupation to its logical conclusion,” the statement said.
The statement said that “HCJK was actively proceeding towards achieving freedom and considers the implementation of UN resolutions as mentioned in Hurriyat Constitution created in 1993 or tripartite dialogue between India and Pakistan as the strategy of achieving the goal.”
“The leaders also vehemently opposed the bilateral talks with India and held that any new formula or covert meetings vis-à-vis Kashmir issue is an open indiscipline and an act tantamount to treachery,” the statement said.
“To realize our goal, we have to keep faith in freedom struggle for right to self determination,” it added.